Humanities in Action. The Art and Craft of Podcasts: Teaching, Learning, Researching
What is the role of podcasts in the classroom? How do students and faculty integrate them into their work as a learning and teaching tool?
How is content conveyed through podcasts? What kind of work lies behind a podcast as a multimedia product?
Join us for a discussion with members of the Georgetown community about the use of podcasts to enhance the connection between pedagogy and scholarship.
- Sarah McNamer (Director, Global Medieval Studies Program) and Ishaan Rai (COL ’22): “Making Podcasts About Medieval Africa”
- Emma Moesswilde (Ph.D Program, History Department): “Podcasting the Past, Present, and Future of Climate Change”
- Robynn Stilwell (Associate Professor of Musicology) and Bianca Berman (SFS ’21): “Shaping Time and Space through Sound”
Moderated by Meg Oakley, Director, Copyright & Scholarly Communication Georgetown University Library